On the penultimate day of action in Tokyo, Irish eyes will turn to one of the country's Paralympic legends.
After Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal added their second gold medal to Ireland's haul in Japan, another multiple medal winner - Michael McKillop - will look to record yet another win on the greatest of stages.
The 31-year runner has thus far won four golds in three previous Paralympics; 800m in 2008, a 800m/1500m double in 2012 and 1500m in 2016 when the 800m was removed from the programme.
He races in the T38 1500m final at 11.12am Irish time and will be determined to make amends for his disappointment at the 2019 World Championships.
Also in the Olympic Stadium will be shot putter Mary Fitzgerald, making her Paralympic debut in the F40 class.
Elsewhere, Pat O'Leary returns to the water after his success in KL3 B final on Frida, while Phil Eaglesham is in shooting action.
There will be coverage of O'Leary and Fitzgerald on the RTÉ Player overnight, with television coverage starting on RTÉ 2 from 11am.
2.19am/2.26am - VL3 semi-final - Pat O'Leary
3.48am - VL3 final - Pat O'Leary *
4.30am - R9 - Mixed 50m rifle prone SH2 - Phil Eaglesham
1.38am - F40 shot put final - Mary Fitzgerald
11.12am - T38 1500m final - Michael McKillop